Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: Coolidge family Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=DVVHAAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
"The first part of this book is taken from 'Genealogies of the families and descendants of the early settlers of Watertown, Massachusetts, including Waltham and Weston ... by Henry Bond, M. D. vol. I. Genealogies ... 1855.' " Topic: Coolidge family Source: bplsocsci
Taken from 'Geneal. of the families and descendants of the early settlers of Watertown, Mass.', by Henry Bond. 1885 Topics: Coolidge family (John Coolidge, 1604-1691), Coolidge family (Joseph Coolidge, 1718?-1771), genealogy
Clark Coolidge reads a number of his poems, many of which were unpublished at the time of this recording. Coolidge, was perhaps more than any other person, responsible for inspiring the entire experimental field of Language Poetry, which became popular among avant-garde, mostly American poets, during the 1960s and 70s. This type of poetry was partially inspired by the work of Gertrude Stein, John Cage, and others who sometimes used mathematical sequences and other aleatoric or logical... Topics: KPFA-FM, Spoken Word, Poetry, Clark Coolidge
LibriVox recording of What Katy Did Next by Susan Coolidge This is the third book of the famous "What Katy did" series. (Summary by Elli) Other books in the series at Librivox are What Katy Did What Katy Did at School Clover In the High Valley For further information, including links to online text, reader information, RSS feeds, CD cover or other formats (if available), please go to the LibriVox catalog page for this recording. M4B audiobook of complete book For more free audio books... Topics: fiction, juvenile, children, katy, coolidge, audiobooks, librivox Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
A poetry reading by Clark Coolidge given at the Naropa Institute in Boulder Colorado, on July 2, 1980. Coolidge, was perhaps more than any other person, responsible for inspiring the entire experimental field of Language Poetry, which became popular among avant-garde, mostly American poets, during the 1960s and 70s. This type of poetry was partially inspired by the work of Gertrude Stein, John Cage and others who sometimes used mathematical sequences and other aleatoric or logical constructs to... Topics: KPFA-FM, Naropa Institute, Spoken Word, Poetry, Clark Coolidge
Clark Coolidge, the poet perhaps most responsible for inspiring the entire experimental field of Language Poetry, produced 17 remarkable one-hour programs of experimental audio pieces by himself and others in 1969 for KPFA. This is the first program, comprising two Coolidge works read in his own voice. The first piece is built on various combinations of the repeated words "once, harp, rice" and the second is a medley of "but, if, it, though, its, thus, is, what, and." The... Topics: Clark Coolidge, Words Program, KPFA-FM, Sound Poetry, Spoken Word
Members of the Chattanooga Yarn Mafia are yarnbombers, yarn graffiti artists that have been covering parts of Chattanooga in brightly colored yarns. They are also promoting fiber arts while having a lot of fun. Part of the mission of this unofficial organization is to spread the joy of hand made hats and scarves through charity fiber art projects. Around and About is a production of WUTC in Chattanooga. Topics: yarnbombing, Knit in Public, yarn grafitti, Chattanooga, Coolidge Park
A live performance of a text sound piece by poet Clark Coolidge. The performers are John Payne, Charles Amirkhanian, and Coolidge. For this realization of the piece each performer sat in a separate studio at KPFA late one evening and read from sheets of paper containing a set of words, live on the air for 90 minutes. The feeds from each studio were then mixed in the main KPFA control room and broadcast to the listening public. Every 15 minutes, the performers would pick up a new piece of paper... Topics: KPFA-FM, Spoken Word, Sound Poetry, Clark Coolidge
LibriVox recording of In the High Valley, by Susan Coolidge. Read by Elli. "In the High Valley" is the fifth and last book of the popular "What Katy did" series by Susan Coolidge. The story starts out with Lionel Young and his sister, Imogen who set out for the picturesque but remote High Valley (America), leaving their hometown Devonshire (England) behind. Lionel wants to take the share in Geoffrey Templestowe's cattle business. Imogen, owing to her prejudices against... ( 2 reviews ) Topics: librivox, literature, audiobook, What Katy did, Susan Coolidge Source: Librivox recording of a public-domain text
Michael F. Dwyer interviews Cynthia Bittinger, Executive Director of the Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation. Although the political background of Calvin Coolidge was in Massachusetts, the values developed in his youth in Plymouth, Vermont, always influenced his life. The interview highlights some of the myths of Coolidge's life. He was not so silent as his speeches attest. He also had a good sense of humor. Ms. Bittinger also talks about Grace Goodhue Coolidge, Calvin's wife and Vermont's only... Topics: Rutland Historical Society, Historically Speaking, Calvin & Grace Coolidge, Rutland, Vermont
Host Gary Wilson discusses the science of why Internet porn is different from porn of the past, the Coolidge Effect, supernormal stimuli, the molecular switch common to all addictions (Delta FosB), and the unique vulnerability of adolescents to addiction. Topics: DeltaFosB, Coolidge Effect, Internet pornography, porn addiction, pornography addiction
World Wide Knit in Public Day is actually more than a week and provides opportunities for fiber lovers to get together to knit, crochet, laugh and share their passion for fiber arts. In Chattanooga Knit in Public events were held on June 11th at the Public Library downtown and at Three Black Sheep Yarn Shop on Signal Mountain. Coolidge Park is the gathering place for a Knit in Public event on June 18th. On June 23rd knitting and baseball will come together for Stitch-n-Pitch for the Lookouts... Topics: Knit in Public, knitting, crochet, Lookouts, Stitch n Pitch, Coolidge Park, Three Black Sheep Yarn...
A program of text-sound and poetry works by Anthony Gnazzo, Clark Coolidge, and Charles Amirkhanian. Gnazzo is interviewed by Charles about his career and the techniques he uses to create his compositions. Gnazzo, a pioneer in the field of electronic music who now lives in relative obscurity in Oakland, composes entirely on tape, and yet does not even have a tape or record player in his house. His rigorous training in music at Brandeis University under the tutelage of Arthur Berger, amply... Topics: KPFA-FM, Ode to Gravity Series, Spoken Word, Sound Poetry, Charles Amirkhanian, Clark Coolidge,...
What has become a patriotic tradition in Chattanooga, Pops On The River is set for Saturday at 8 p.m. at Coolidge Park. Maestro Bob Bernhardt is conductor of the Chattanooga Symphony and Opera, the featured entertainment for the annual event. Simply put, itâs art for all, all types of people all ages. And that touches on one of the things Bernhardt loves, getting the symphony to those never exposed to it, for the first time. Bernhard calls one of the to-be featured compositions from the score... Topics: Chattanooga Symphony and Opera, Coolidge Park, Maestro Bob Bernhardt, Julie Steele, Allied Arts
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Coolidge, Grace, Arapaho Indians, Shoshoni Indians, Indians of North America, Missionaries' spouses Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=S9sbAAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
This is an audio recording of the poem "A New Year's Wish" written by Susan Coolidge (1835-1905). Recited by Grant Raymond Barrett. Thank for listening and Happy New Year! Topic: Susan Coolidge Vintage American Poetry Holiday New Year Poem Grant Raymond Barrett
One in a series of programs produced by Clark Coolidge that feature the works of late 20th century poets, sound poets, and authors. This recording, first broadcast on December 1, 1969, contains five text-sound compositions by John Giorno. Created using multiple tape decks and a MOOG synthesizer these works feature both male and female voices with some minimal electronic manipulation such as reverb and delay. The words themselves are broken up into phrases that are often repeated in full or in... Topics: KPFA-FM, Words series, Clark Coolidge, John Giorno, Spoken Word, Sound Poetry, Test-sound...